Photographer David Uzochukwu made the list of Flickr's 20 under 20 initiative.
Flickr 20 under 20 celebrates the most talented young photographers under the age of 20 on Flickr.
2dots congratulates David Uzochukwu for making the list.

 David Uzochukwu is also featured in African Lens project curated by yours truly. 
African Lens: Digital Edition is currently available for purchase here.

Cool double exposure poster designed by Spain-based visual creative Kike Escalante.

Being from a part of Africa not necessarily known by the general public, it is really important for me
to represent not just my country and my people, but also the whole African continent through my work. - Yannis Guibinga
Heart warming photography of Gabon, Central Africa from the lens of Yannis Guibinga.
Originally from Gabon, Yannis Guibinga is currently studying Digital Enterprise Management at University of Toronto, Canada.
More of Yannis Guibinga's photography via his Tumblr Page.

Desk Three is a handsome piece of furniture that doesn't need to be confined to the home office;
employ it as a workstation, a dressing table or an occasional table. The solid beech desk has a top with gently rounded edges,
a centrally placed drawer and the trestle-style base that characterises this collection of furniture.

Nice and simple furniture designed and crafted by England based design collective Another Country,
Desk Three is available for purchase via Another Country's online shop.

via Leibal

Project Info:
This project is approach to see / feel technologies in new way - as organic, friendly objects.
It is nurturing, intuitive and friendly. Inspired by todays emerging technologies - claytronics, programmable matter,
quantum locking - we eventually came to the vision of Wave House. A home of beauty, freedom and softness

 Beautiful collaborative creative project made by Art director Justin Vin and team of talented artists.
PS: For a great viewing experience, watch in HD and in full screen.
Definitely 2dots approved! 

Art Director / Producer: Justin Vin
Technical Director: Igor Betenev
Animation: Julius Liubertas
Lights / Shading: Jonas Konstantinavičius 
Music / Sound Design: John Black 

HATU lamp incorporates characteristics of industrial lamps to contextualize them in a warmer
atmosphere such as home, allowing the light source to be visible to complement the whole design.
HATU lamp is made of Urapan wood, metal cap, flat textile covered cable, vintage pill bulb 40W.
Nice and minimal lamp designed by Colombia-based MOAK Studio.
 Connect with MOAK Studio via:

Big Thank you to Yayra editor of Ghana, I Love you and Tope Eletu, curator of Bad Girls Confidence for their wonderful reviews on African Lens.

Truly an Honor..Aaron

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Photography Courtesy: Dayo Adeoti

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